Yes – a child, relative or Power of Attorney for Personal Care can help organize and secure care for a loved one.
In Ontario, there are a few different types of Power of Attorneys, but if you are deemed the Power of Attorney for Personal Care, you can help create the care plan.
If you are not the Power of Attorney for Personal Care, you can still help. You can work with your loved one to organize the creation of a care plan. Your loved one or the Power of Attorney for Personal Care will have an ultimate say over their care needs. But your help is appreciated – many people find it helpful to have support to discuss their options.
Learn what a care plan is or contact us for an initial visit and assessment by a nurse to clarify specific care needs, living environment, risks, and equipment needed.